Multnomah Project LAUNCH summarizes the lessons learned in implementing a cross-agency Community of Practice focused on supporting early childhood mental health (ECMH) programs and practitioners.
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Multnomah Project LAUNCH supports primary health care teams to align practice with Patient-Centered Primary Care Home (PCPCH) medical home criteria, implement assessment tools, and increase provider confidence in managing behavior problems.
Reviews the data supporting treatments for young children with emotional, behavioral, and relationship problems and supports the policy statement by the American Academy of Pediatrics.
This e-book describes innovative strategies that the six Project LAUNCH grantees funded from 2010-2015 used to improve outcomes for children, families and communities.
Describes innovative strategies that the six Project LAUNCH grantees funded from 2010-2015 used to improve outcomes for children, families and communities.
NYC Project LAUNCH promotes the social and emotional well-being of children from birth to eight years of age by improving collaboration between young child wellness systems; developing the workforce to increase their understanding of child development; providing support, education, and training t...
The Early Childhood Mental Health Partnership is pleased to release a new toolkit for programs and providers interested in integrating child mental health into pediatric primary care.
Provides national data showing how health care, family, and community factors are related to mental, behavioral, and developmental disorders in early childhood. Findings highlight specific factors that could be addressed through efforts at national, state and local levels.
Describes Colorado's work to promote early childhood social and emotional development through the use of mental health consultants in schools and child care programs.
Considers the role of educational attainment, degree type (e.g., concentration or major in early childhood or a related field), years of experience, and training. The brief concludes with implications for future research, as well as for policy and practice.